As the firsts travel to Tintwistle tomorrow, conveniently avoiding the Tour De France that takes place next weekend, the weather forecast should mean that there will be ample time to discuss the curious case of Luke Schofield’s wicketkeeping. We approach the half way point in the season, and last season’s runaway winner
Some top moaning throughout the league and within our own club have reached me recently. So lets start with the league dinner. Most people agree that it was a bit of a let down last year, so the recent announcement that this year’s event will be at the same venue was met with surprise in
Well, not quite, but Portugal is far enough away to not be able to play cricket. Now, there are plenty of reasons to miss cricket. Work, family holidays, stag dos, etc. And of course, everyone is entitled to a golf weekend once in a while. But when the rabble rousing
Unofficial communiqués had been received by Committee Members regarding the incidents which took place during the Cup Game between Whaley Bridge and New Mills First XIs. Once all opinions had been expressed, it was concluded that unsavoury conduct was forthcoming from many parties and thus it would be unfair to
To all of you Lemony Snicket fans out there – this has nothing whatsoever to do with Lemony Snicket. So, it started last week when Dave Waterhouse from Birch Vale called to say that Phil Leadbetter wanted to play for them at the weekend. What???!!! The Panther? How could he?
Now, this could refer to many things! It could refer to the fact that not a single Selector turned up for the Selection Meeting last week, but it doesnt. It could refer to the fact that the holiday season seems to have been taken a bit too literally by many of